Whether you are self-employed, a small business owner or a large enterprise, you shouldn’t have to worry about losing your business, and your employees shouldn’t have to worry about losing their jobs.

On this page, we highlight public and private sector programs and initiatives across Canada that support businesses and their employees.

A listing of the programs and supports available from Finance Canada through Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan is also available on the Government of Canada’s website.

Please note: new programs are being introduced very rapidly with operational details and clarifications being made daily. Please check back frequently for the latest information.

Direct Financial Support

  • Video and webinar resources

    There is an impressive array of federal, provincial and territorial government programs that offer subsidies, loans and other measures to meet the urgent needs of businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Professionals from KPMG joined us for a live interactive discussion to help you better understand these programs and how they can help your operations.

    Perrin Beatty and Tara Benham from Grant Thornton discuss the financing available to businesses and employees due to COVID-19 as well as impacts the pandemic will have on our economy.

    With SMEs providing nearly 90% of all private sector employment in Canada, we know they are being hit the hardest by COVID-19. Susanna Cluff-Clyburne, our Senior Director of Parliamentary Affairs, shares the support measures that are available to SMEs and what the Canadian Chamber is doing to advocate on their behalf.

    Are you a non-essential business and wondering what you should be doing during this crisis to get your finances in order? If so, Patrick Gill, our Director of Tax and Financial Policy, has some advice for you.

    Perrin Beatty and Min. Mary Ng discuss the impact of COVID-19 on SMEs and what supports are available to help them get through this pandemic.

  • Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS)

    Please note: On July 27 improvements to the CEWS program were passed by Parliament, which include extending the program to December 19, introduces a sliding scale and made some eligibility improvements. These are improvements we advocated and are pleased to see implemented on behalf of our members. The information below will be updated when the Canada Revenue Agency updates their resources.

    Information on the forthcoming CEWS improvements is available here.

    What is it?

    • The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy will cover up to 24 weeks of employees’ salaries on the first $58,700 earned this year – to a maximum amount of $847 per week. The program is backdated to March 15, 2020 and is designed to protect jobs and maintain the important link between employees and employers.

    Who is eligible?

    How to apply?

    • Applications are available online. A step-by-step guide to apply is available here from CBRN.

    More information is available on the official CEWS website, here.

  • Temporary Wage Subsidy for Employers

    What is it?

    • The 10% Temporary Wage Subsidy for Employers is a three-month measure that will allow eligible employers to reduce the amount of payroll deductions required to be remitted to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
    • The subsidy is equal to 10% of the remuneration you pay from March 18, 2020 to June 19, 2020, up to $1,375 for each eligible employee to a maximum of $25,000 total per employer. Associated CCPCs will not be required to share the maximum subsidy of $25,000 per employer.

    Note: The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy, which provides a 75% wage subsidy to eligible employers for up to 12 weeks, is a separate program. For more information on that program, see Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy.

    Who is eligible?

    • You are an eligible employer if you:
      • are a(n):
        • individual (excluding trusts),
        • partnership,
        • non-profit organization,
        • registered charity, or
        • Canadian-controlled private corporation (including a cooperative corporation);
      • have an existing business number and payroll program account with the CRA on March 18, 2020; and
      • pay salary, wages, bonuses, or other remuneration to an eligible employee.

      An eligible employee is an individual who is employed in Canada.

      Partnerships are only eligible for the subsidy if their members consist exclusively of individuals (excluding trusts), registered charities, other partnerships eligible for the subsidy, or eligible Canadian-controlled private corporations (CCPCs).

      CCPCs are only eligible for the subsidy if they have a business limit for their last taxation year that ended before March 18, 2020, greater than nil (determined without reference to the passive income business limit reduction). For more information on whether your CCPC would have a business limit, see Small Business Deduction in the T2 Corporation Income Tax Guide.

      For more information on whether your corporation is a CCPC, see Type of Corporation.

    How to apply?

    • You do not need to apply for the subsidy.
    • Employers reduce their payroll remittance of federal, provincial or territorial income tax that they send to the CRA by the amount of the subsidy.

    More information is available from the Government of Canada, here.

  • Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA)

    What is it?

    • The Government of Canada is providing businesses with interest-free loans of up to $40,000 to help cover operating costs during a period where their revenues have been temporarily reduced due to COVID-19. This will better position companies to quickly return to providing services to their communities and create employment.

    Who is eligible?

    • This program is for businesses with a total payroll between $20,000 to $1.5 million in 2019.
    • Repayment of the loan on or before December 31, 2022 will result in loan forgiveness of 25% (up to $10,000).

    Expanded eligibility criteria

    To qualify under the expanded eligibility criteria, applicants with payroll lower than $20,000 need:

    • a business operating account at a participating financial institution;
    • a Canada Revenue Agency business number, and to have filed a 2018 or 2019 tax return;
    • eligible non-deferrable expenses between $40,000 and $1.5 million. Eligible non-deferrable expenses could include costs such as rent, property taxes, utilities, and insurance.

    How to apply?

    • Apply now through your primary financial institution.

    More information is available on the official CEBA website, here.

  • Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB)

    What is it?

    •  The CERB provides financial support of $500 per week for up to 16 weeks directly to Canadians.

    Who is eligible?

    • Canadians who are at least 15 years old that have lost their job, have had their hours reduced, have had their EI recently run out, are seasonal workers, are sick, quarantined, or taking care of someone who is sick with COVID-19, as well as working parents who must stay home without pay to care for children who are sick or at home because of school and daycare closures.
    • Employed workers who earn up to $1,000 per month may still qualify for the CERB.

    How to apply?

    • Apply now through either the Canada Revenue Agency or Service Canada.
    • Note: apply for the CERB through either Service Canada or the CRA, not both.

    More information is available on the official CERB website, here.

  • Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA)

    What is it?

    • The Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA) program will provide small businesses, non-profits, and charities a 75% reduction in their rent payments for the months of April, May, June, and July.
    • The program will provide forgivable loans to qualifying commercial property owners to cover 50% of the eligible rent payments. The loans will be forgiven if the property owner agrees to reduce the eligible small business tenants’ rent by at least 75% and agrees not to evict the tenant.

    Who is eligible?

    • Those paying less than $50,000 in monthly rent.
    • Those who have temporarily ceased operations or have experienced at least a 70% drop versus pre-COVID-19 revenues.

    How to apply?

    • The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) is administering the program on behalf of the federal, provincial, and territorial governments.

    More information and applications are available here.

  • Regional Relief and Recovery Fund (RRRF)

  • Employment Insurance (EI)

    Ongoing access to the Employment Insurance (EI) program is available for eligible workers who have lost their job. EI is designed to provide temporary financial support for those workers who have lost their job, are sick, pregnant, caring for a newborn or adopted child, caring for a family member who is seriously ill with a significant risk of death or providing care or support to a critically ill family member.

    If you have recently applied for Employment Insurance (EI) regular or sickness benefits, do not re-apply. Your application will automatically be assessed to determine if you are eligible for the CERB.

    More information is available from the Government of Canada, here.

  • Support for agriculture, farmers and food processing employers

    Agriculture Sector Support

    The Government of Canada has announced $252 million to support farmers, food businesses, and food processors that provide essential services to Canadians every day by ensuring a safe and reliable food supply. A proposal for $200 million in additional borrowing capacity for the sector has also been announced. More information is available here.

    Funding for Temporary Foreign Worker Quarantine Costs

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada is providing $50 million to help farmers, fish harvesters and all food production and processing employers put in place the measures necessary to follow the mandatory 14-day isolation period required of all workers arriving from abroad.

    Support of $1,500 for each temporary foreign worker will be provided to employers, or those working with TFWs, to ensure requirements are fully met. The funding is conditional on employers not being found in violation of the mandatory 14-day isolation protocols or any other public health order.

    This program will be available as long as the Quarantine Act is in force and the isolation protocol is followed.

    Application instructions are not yet available. More information is available here.

    Youth Employment and Skills Program (YESP) enhancement

    The Government of Canada is funding the YESP with up to an additional $9.2 million to create up to 700 new positions for youth in the agriculture industry. This additional funding will help the agriculture industry attract Canadian youth, ages 15 to 30, to their organizations to assist with labour shortages brought on by the pandemic. This program aims to provide youth, and particularly youth facing barriers to employment, with job experience in agriculture that will provide career-related work experience.

    The YESP will provide agriculture employers up to 50% of the cost of hiring a Canadian youth up to $14,000. Indigenous applicants and those applicants hiring a youth facing barriers are eligible for funding of up to 80% of their costs.

    More information is available here.

  • Support for the fish and seafood processing sector

    On April 25, the Government of Canada announced the creation of a $62.5 million fund to help businesses:

    • access short-term financing to pay for maintenance and inventory costs;
    • add storage capacity for unsold product;
    • comply with new health and safety measures for workers;
    • support new manufacturing/automated technologies to improve productivity and quality of finished seafood products; and,
    • adapt products to respond to changing requirements and new market demands.

    The Canadian Seafood Stabilization Fund will be delivered through the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions, and Western Economic Diversification Canada. Details on when and how to apply have not been released.

    More information is available here.

  • Support for students and recent graduates

    Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB) and Canada Student Service Grant (CSSG).

    • The CESB would provide $1,250 per month for eligible students or $2,000 per month for eligible students with dependents or disabilities. The benefit would be available from May to August 2020. Students can apply for the CESB here.
    • The CSSG is for students who choose to do national service and volunteer in their communities. The grant will provide up to $5,000 for their education in the fall.

    The government will also expand existing federal employment, skills development and youth programming, including:

    • Double the Canada Student Grants for all eligible full-time students to up to $6,000 and up to $3,600 for part-time students in 2020-21. The Canada Student Grants for Students with Permanent Disabilities and Students with Dependents would also be doubled.
    • Broaden eligibility for student financial assistance by removing the expected student’s and spouse’s contributions in 2020-21.
    • Enhance the Canada Student Loans Program by raising the maximum weekly amount that can be provided to a student in 2020-21 from $210 to $350.
    • Increase existing distinctions-based support for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Nation students pursuing post-secondary education by providing an additional $75.2 million in 2020-21.
    • Extend expiring federal graduate research scholarships and postdoctoral fellowships, and supplement existing federal research grants, to support students and post-doctoral fellows, by providing $291.6 million to the federal granting councils. In addition, the government intends to enhance work opportunities for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows through the National Research Council of Canada.

    More information is available here.

    The government is also making temporary changes to the Canada Summer Jobs program to allow employers to:

    • Receive an increased wage subsidy, so that private and public sector employers can also receive up to 100% of the provincial or territorial minimum hourly wage for each employee.
    • Extend the end date for employment to February 28, 2021.
    • Adapt their projects and job activities.
    • Hire staff on a part-time basis.
    • The full list of CSJ eligibility criteria is available here.

    More information is available here.


  • Support for academic and research staff

    The government has announced its intention to provide $450 million in funding to Canada’s academic and research community. This funding will:

    • Provide wage supports to universities and health research institutes, so they can retain research staff who are funded from industry or philanthropic sources and are unable to access some of the government’s existing COVID-19 support measures. This would apply even if their work has been temporarily suspended. The government will provide up to 75 per cent per individual, with a maximum of $847 per week.
    • Support universities and health research institutes to maintain essential research-related activities during the crisis, and to ramp back up to full research operations once physical distancing measures are lifted. This will cover up to 75 per cent of total eligible costs, and will support activities such as the safe storage of dangerous substances, and restarting data sets that were interrupted during the pandemic.

    More information is available here.

  • Support for women entrepreneurs

    On May 16, the Government of Canada announced an additional $15 million in funding to the Women Entrepreneurship Strategy (WES). The money will go directly to select organizations that are currently WES Ecosystem Fund recipients to help women entrepreneurs through the COVID-19 pandemic.

    More information is available here.

  • Work-Sharing Program

    The Government of Canada has enhanced its Work-Sharing Program to support employers and their workers who are experiencing a downturn in business by expanding the program from 38 to 76 weeks and by streamlining processes to improve access.

    More information is available here.

Access to Capital

  • Business Credit Availability Program (BCAP)

    Through the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) and Export Development Canada (EDC), the new Business Credit Availability Program will increase the credit available to small, medium and large Canadian businesses, providing more than $65 billion in direct lending and other types of financial support. More information is available here.

  • Large Employer Emergency Financing Facility (LEEFF)

    What is it?

    • The LEEFF program is meant to provide bridge financing to Canada’s largest employers, whose needs during the pandemic are not being met through conventional financing, in order to keep their operations going. The objective of this support is to help protect Canadian jobs, help Canadian businesses weather the current economic downturn, and avoid bankruptcies of otherwise viable firms where possible.
    • This support cannot be used to resolve insolvencies or restructure firms, nor will it provide financing to companies that otherwise have the capacity to manage through the crisis.

    Who is eligible?

    • The LEEFF program will be open to large for-profit businesses – with the exception of those in the financial sector – as well as certain not-for-profit businesses, such as airports, with annual revenues generally in the order of $300 million or higher.
    • To qualify for LEEFF support, eligible businesses must be seeking financing of about $60 million or more, have significant operations or workforce in Canada, and not be involved in active insolvency proceedings.
    • Recipients will need to commit to respect collective bargaining agreements and protect workers’ pensions. It will require strict limits to dividends, share buy-backs, and executive pay.
    • An assessment may be made of companies’ employment, tax, and economic activity in Canada, as well as its international organizational structure and financing arrangements.
    • The program will not be available to companies that have been convicted of tax evasion.
    • Recipient companies would be required to commit to publish annual climate-related disclosure reports consistent with the Financial Stability Board’s Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures, including how their future operations will support environmental sustainability and national climate goals.
    • Financing is intended to be applicable to all eligible sectors in a consistent manner.

    How to apply?

    • Applications are available now through the Canada Enterprise Emergency Funding Corporation, here.

    More information is available here.

  • Farm Credit Canada COVID-19 Support Program

    Farm Credit Canada (FCC) will augment credit available to farmers and the agri-food sector by $5 billion, including a deferral of principal and interest payments up to six months for existing loans or a deferral of principal payments up to 12 months, access to an additional credit line up to $500,000, secured by general security agreements or universal movable hypothec (Québec only). More information is available here.

  • Energy sector support from the federal government

    The federal government has announced $1.7 billion for the cleanup of orphaned oil and gas wells, which includes:

    • Up to $1 billion to the Government of Alberta;
    • Up to $400 million to the Government of Saskatchewan;
    • Up to $120 million to the Government of British Columbia; and
    • $200 million to the Alberta Orphan Wells Association (OWA) to support its work to clean up orphan oil and gas wells and well sites across Alberta. The OWA will fully repay this amount.

    The federal government has also announced $750 million for Natural Resources Canada over two years, starting in 2020-21, to create a new repayable loan program to work with conventional and offshore oil and gas companies to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. Of this amount, $75 million will be allocated to investments in the offshore sector. A portion of these loans will be convertible to grants.

    The federal government is also continuing to work with EDC and BDC to make additional credit solutions available.

  • Additional funding through regional development agencies, industrial research, and Heritage Canada

    To help reach people and businesses who may not be able to receive funding through other programs and financial lenders, the federal government is also allocating an additional:

    Applications for funding may be made directly to those organizations.

  • Financial relief offered by Canadian banks

    Banks will provide financial relief to businesses affected by the economic consequences of COVID-19. Effective immediately, Bank of Montreal, CIBC, National Bank of Canada, RBC Royal Bank, Scotiabank and TD Bank will work with personal and small business customers, on a case-by-case basis, to provide flexible solutions to help them manage challenges, such as pay disruption, childcare disruption due to school closures or those facing illness from COVID-19.

  • Bank of Canada interest rate

    The Bank of Canada cut its overnight rate to 0.25% – the interest rate at which major financial institutions borrow and lend one-day (or “overnight”) funds among themselves.

Tax Relief

  • For businesses

    The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will allow all businesses to defer, until after August 31, 2020, the payment of any income tax amounts that become owing on or after March 18 and before September 2020, with no interest or penalties applicable during this period.

  • For individuals

    The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will defer the filing due date for the 2019 individual tax return to June 1, 2020, and to May 1, 2020 for trusts with a taxation year ending on December 31, 2019.

    Payments of tax owing are deferred until after August 31, 2020, with no interest or penalties applicable during this period.

  • Deferred GST/HST remittance

    The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will defer the Goods and Services Tax/Harmonized Sales Tax (GST/HST) remittances to June 30, 2020.

Savings Programs

  • Ario

    In partnership with Thinking Capital, Ario is sharing data and insights on the industries and regions affected by COVID-19. You can access anonymous sales activity from merchants across Canada and find out how you can support Canada’s small business community here.

  • BlackBerry

    COVID-19 has changed business workflows and processes. To help businesses meet these new challenges, BlackBerry has compiled several resources to help your organization navigate the crisis.

    BlackBerry Digital Workplace Equip your workforce with the resources they need to be productive on managed or unmanaged devices, with a robust self-contained platform that’s continuously protected from evolving cyber threats.

    SecuSUITE Secure Messaging and Phone Calls Get high security voice and messaging for iOS and Android devices.

    BlackBerry AtHoc Quickly enables your organization to communicate with stakeholders and keep track of what matters most: the safety and well-being of your staff, friends and community.

    BlackBerry Cylance Keep your organization ahead of threat actors with AI-driven security tools that provide best-in-class detection, prevention, and response capabilities.

    Securely Working from Home Empower your employees to work remotely using their own devices, safely and securely.

    To assist transitioning employees to work-from-home routines securely, BlackBerry is currently offering a range of its secure communication solutions for enterprises – free for a 60-day period. Please inquire at [email protected].

  • Canada Post

    Think Small Program

    As part of Canada Post’s Think Small support program, you can now benefit from a quick, easy, and cost-effective way to promote your business to your local community.

    If you have a promotion you’d like to share, or if you just want to remind your neighbours that you’re open for business and ready to serve them, Canada Post is offering discounts to help.

    Learn more about the Think Small Program page here.

  • Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA)

    From April 1 – September 30, 2020, CIRA is making its malware and phishing cybersecurity service free to SMEs of 100 employees or less.

    Members of the Canadian Chamber also get a 20% discount on their annual subscription to CIRA’s online cybersecurity training platform. Click here to learn more.

  • Competent Boards

    What does good corporate governance look like during and post COVID-19? The Competent Boards Certificate Program is an opportunity to have discussions with global leaders on how to overcome the COVID-19 crisis while learning the ABCs of ESG. The crisis has shown that leaders who understand ESG and lead with integrity are more resilient.

    To support those in need of help during these challenging times, Competent Boards will donate 5% of all Certificate Program sales to Doctors Without Borders or allow you to donate the 5% saved to someone in need.

    Members of the Canadian Chamber get a 5% discount on registration fees. Click here to learn more.

  • Esso

    Esso/Mobil is working with its station owners and operators to ensure the safety of their staff and customers. Members of the Canadian Chamber get 3.5 cents off per litre at all Esso and Mobil branded stations in Canada and the U.S. Click here to learn more.

  • Facebook

    Through its Small Business Grants Program, Facebook is offering $100 million in cash grants and ad credits to help small businesses affected by COVID-19.

    Up to 30,000 eligible small businesses in more than 30 countries where Facebook operates will be able to receive the grant.

    Click here for more information.

    As an additional resource, you can visit Facebook’s Business Resource Hub.

  • Google

    Google is donating $800+ million globally in ad grants to support small- and medium-sized businesses, health organizations, government and health workers on the frontline of this global pandemic.

    As part of this commitment, Google is providing $340 million in Google Ads credits available to all small businesses, including Canadian small businesses, with active accounts over the past year. These credits can be used towards future ad spends, until the end of 2020 across Google Ads platforms.

    Click here for more information.

    As an additional resource, you can visit the Google for Small Business site.

  • Johnson Insurance

    Johnson Insurance is pleased to announce updates to its Customer Care Program in response to COVID-19. Click here to learn more about how Johnson Insurance is helping customers navigate the crisis.

  • OMX

    OMX is helping companies find new suppliers as they re-tool their manufacturing facilities to support COVID-19 initiatives. Manufacturers can use the OMX platform to post RFPs and connect with suppliers who can support their new COVID-19 products.

    Members of the Canadian Chamber get a 10% discount on their OMX subscription. Click here to learn more.

  • Pragmatic

    Pragmatic Conferencing is currently offering audio customers its Unified Meeting service at no extra cost and is also offering its services free of charge to senior care facilities. Unified Meeting is integrated with Pragmatic’s audio service so that you can give presentations, annotate live documents and meet face-to-face over video for up to 16 participants. You can also manage calls, including creating breakout rooms, locking calls, muting participants and more. Regular audio rates apply.

    Members of the Canadian Chamber save 30% on conference and video calls with Pragmatic. Click here to learn more.

  • Rogers – Limited Time Offer

    From now until June 30, 2020, you can access Microsoft Teams completely free for a six-month period and get 50% off Rogers Unison for a three-month period. Terms and conditions apply. Click here to get started.

  • TELUS Health

    Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, TELUS Health is leveraging the full capability of its innovative technology to be at the forefront of helping Canadians stay healthy and safe.

    The Canadian Chamber has partnered with TELUS Health to make sure you are able to support your employees, take care of their health and enable your business to be the most productive during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Akira by TELUS Health provides 24/7 direct access to medical consultations through secure text and video chat. You can ask questions, get treated, renew prescriptions and get referrals.

    As an exclusive offer to members of the Canadian Chamber, when you sign up for Akira by TELUS Health, you will also get complimentary in-person service by the Medisys Health Group, which includes preventative health assessments for your employees, occupational health and onsite fitness programs.

    Click here for more information.

Additional Financial Assistance

  • Canada Child Benefit

    Enhancements to the Canada Child Benefit (CCB) will see recipients receive $300 more per child with their regular May CCB payment. If you have previously applied for the CCB, you do not need to re-apply.

    For more information on the Canada Child Benefit, such as how to apply and eligibility requirements, go to  Canada Child Benefit or call 1-800-387-1193.

  • Emergency Community Support Fund

    The Government of Canada is spending $350 million through charities and non-profit organizations that deliver essential services to those in need. The funding will flow through national organizations that have the ability to get funds quickly to local organizations that serve vulnerable populations.

    It will support a variety of activities, such as:

    • increasing volunteer-based home deliveries of groceries and medications
    • providing transportation services, like accompanying or driving seniors or persons with disabilities to appointments
    • scaling up help lines that provide information and support
    • helping vulnerable Canadians access government benefits
    • providing training, supplies, and other required supports to volunteers so they can continue to make their invaluable contributions to the COVID-19 response
    • replacing in-person, one-on-one contact and social gatherings with virtual contact through phone calls, texts, teleconferences, or the Internet

    Find more information on how and when to apply:

  • GST credit

    12 million low- and modest-income families will receive $5.5 billion through a one-time GST credit. This will mean payments of roughly $400 for an individual and $600 for couples.

    There is no need to apply for this payment. If you are eligible, you will get it automatically.

    More information on the GST credit is available here.

  • Deferred repayments of student loans

    Deferral of repayments for the Canada Student Loans programs until September 30, 2020, with no accrual of interest. These measures will become effective March 30, 2020 and will be automatic.

Resources for Indigenous Communities

  • Funding for small and medium-sized Indigenous businesses and financial institutions

    On March 18, the federal government provided up to $306.8 million in funding to help small- and medium-sized Indigenous businesses, and to support Aboriginal Financial Institutions that offer financing to these businesses.

    The funding will allow for short-term, interest-free loans and non-repayable contributions through Aboriginal Financial Institutions, which offer financing and business support services to First Nations, Inuit and Métis businesses.

    The program will be provided through Aboriginal Financial Institutions, and administered by the National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association and the Métis capital corporations in partnership with Indigenous Services Canada.

    The funding will allow for interest-free loans, as well as non-repayable contributions, to help Indigenous businesses unable to access the government’s existing COVID-19 support measures. Additional funding will help Aboriginal Financial Institutions cover operational expenses, and help the National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association increase its operational capacity.

    On May 21, the government announced an additional $75 million in funding for Indigenous organizations providing services to Indigenous peoples in urban centres and off reserve. This additional funding will support more community-based projects that address the critical needs of Indigenous populations during this crisis, including food security, mental health support services, and sanitation and protective equipment. It could also help with other needs, such as support for Elders, transportation, and educational materials for Indigenous children and youth.

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Provincial and Territorial Resources

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“We’re partnering with Canadian industry and business so we can act fast to ensure our health care providers have the products and supplies they need to help Canadians. Together, we are mobilizing all of Canada to fight the spread of the virus.”

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